The Philosophy of Stereo Widening Techniques

The Philosophy of Stereo Widening Techniques

Stereo widening is an action that basically increases the perceived width of a mix or individual instruments. You can use it on just about any source. However, most professional music producers agree that elements with prominent low-frequency content like kick drums...
Useful Tips for Mixing Kick and Bass

Useful Tips for Mixing Kick and Bass

As you probably already know, it’s all about that bass. In today’s popular electronic genres, your mix largely depends on how you control the low-end of the frequency spectrum. Mixing and affecting low-end is a rather complex skill that requires time, practice,...
Affected Vox – Using Vocal Effects

Affected Vox – Using Vocal Effects

  There’s a huge variety of vocal treatments that may not be quite so obvious. Not all are applicable to all styles of music, but it’s still worth trying them at least once, just so that you know what they sound like. Many mixing tricks can be used to...
How to Make an Effective EDM Buildup FX

How to Make an Effective EDM Buildup FX

Even though many companies release top-notch FX samples with buildup sounds, sometimes they fit your track well and sometimes they really don’t. That is why we will show you how to make your own buildup from scratch that you can adjust to fit in every EDM track...
Multi-Reverb Technique

Multi-Reverb Technique

Reverb has been one of the most important tools in music production since the beginning. As you probably know, reverb is an effect that introduces width and depth. It can be used in many different creative ways but is often placed incorrectly in the mix. Using Reverb...